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Friday, November 30, 2012

No-Show CSB Worker Won't Have To Repay Norfolk

The former employee of the Community Services Board who remained on paid suspension for 12 years will not have to repay the city for the nearly $320,000 she collected in salary and benefits now that a judge has granted her bankruptcy request. 
Jill McGlone, who was an administrative assistant at the CSB, filed a voluntary petition in federal bankruptcy court in August, just days before she was due in Norfolk Circuit Court for a hearing on a lawsuit the city had filed against her. 
Her bankruptcy likely means that the city’s attempts to collect money from a handful of employees it forced out over the incident, which became known as the no-show worker scandal, are over.
City Attorney Bernard Pishko said Tuesday that the city had not yet decided how to proceed, but Mayor Paul Fraim said the city is out of options. 

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